Go to the doctor. A lump in the breast is not normal.
after seven years later i want remove my breasts implant, will my breasts go back to normal? how long will take?
During the early stages of puberty, it is normal for developing girls to have a lump in each breast. These are breast buds and will develop into mature breasts. It is also normal for them to be sore.
Yes it is, if your mom does. By the way, it's breast not brest.
it is completely normal for a women to have one breast that is smaller than the other.
Heterogeneously dense breasts are normal. Heterogeneously dense breasts are not a condition described by symptoms.
The breasts are how they are. During menstruation they can get swollen but a normal breast is never hard. If she has implant she needs to speak to her surgeon.
No, wearing a bra makes no difference to breast growth. Your breasts will continue to grow as normal, your bra is just there to offer support to your breasts.
There is no 'normal' weight. Breast come in many different sizes. Often one breast may be slightly larger than the other breast. Also, as a woman ages, so the fat layer in the breasts will slowly reduce.
yes it is normal to have large breast at 12.my neice had 34DD at 12..they looked nice to her figure.
If you mean do breasts go back to their normal size after breast feeding, yes, usually, although some women remained larger.
Yes it's normal for women's breasts to be different sizes.
That depends on the quality of the surgery. Also, it may take several months for the tissues to return to normal.
moles and freckles on breasts appear sometimes. This is normal. Check the mole over time, if there is change in size or color, get help.
Yes, it is normal to see vatiation in your breast size throughout your entire menstrual cycles but especially around ovulation and menstruation. The breasts are not growing or shrinking, the ducts in the breasts are swelling due to the effect of hormones on the breasts.
Sore breasts may be an indication of hormonal changes such as ovulation, menstruation or pregnancy - not normal, but can occur if there are hormonal imbalances. Breast soreness can also be due to breast growth, especially in your teens, also if you're wearing a bra that is too small or that doesn't give your breasts enough support this can also cause breast soreness.
Each woman's breasts has their own normal look and feel. By completing a BSE each month, a woman can determine what is normal for her and check for changes that may arise. A regular pattern of lumpiness in the breasts is normal.
your breast can become sore getting bigger or it can be normal and you never feel any pain. when i had my first pregnancy i had sore breast and it was becoming full full and fuller. But in my second pregnancy nothing happened to my Breast it never pained me even when i gave birth the breast was just normal.
No. It is not normal. You are requested to consult your gynaecologist. She may take expert opinion from the endocrinologist.
It's possible that nutritional deficiencies would inhibit normal breast development.
It is nomal for some women for their breasts to get slightly larger right before their period.
Yes, it is normal because your body is going back to normal. It should go away soon.
I'm a bit confused of your question. Like what part of puberty are you talking about? Your breast size doesn't matter. Many normal girls have small breasts and big breasts and their puberty were normal too. So I'm guessing that answered your question.
Your breasts may continue to leak small amounts for a few months, this is completely normal.
This is normal (condensation) as long as it is not engine coolant dripping out.